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    博士生导师,国家高层次人才

   博士毕业于美国范德堡大学物理系。先后在香港浸会大学非线性科学中心、北京大学量子材料科学中心、奥地利科学院量子光学与量子信息研究所(因斯布鲁克)从事博士后研究。2017年加入山西大学激光光谱研究所。


 

 

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  办公地址: 激光光谱研究所305

  电子邮箱: huying@sxu.edu.cn

  办公电话: 0351-7113890

 

研究方向:

   从事理论研究,研究方向包括基于光与原子的量子模拟与量子传感、拓扑物质态、开放与非平衡量子系统等前沿领域。


近期论文成果:

10. Mingyong Jing#, Ying Hu#,Jie Ma, Hao Zhang, Linjie Zhang*, Liantuan Xiao* and Suotang Jia, Atomic superheterodyne receiver based on microwave-dressed Rydberg spectroscopy, Nature Physics 16, 911 (2020).

9. Oliver Kaestle , Yue Sun, Ying Hu, and Alexander Carmele, Memory-critical dynamical buildup of phonon-dressed Majorana fermions, Physical Review B 102, 245115 (2020).

8. Xingze Qiu, Tian- Shu Deng, Ying Hu*, Peng Xue*, Wei Yi*, Fixed Points and Dynamic Topological Phenomena in a Parity-Time-Symmetric Quantum Quench, iScience 20, 392 (2019)

7. Jan Carl Budich, Ying Hu and Peter Zoller, Helical Floquet Channels in Helical Floquet Channels in 1D Lattices, Phys. Rev. Lett. 118.105302 (2017).

6. Xingran Xu, Ying Hu, Zhidong Zhang, and Zhaoxin Liang, Spinor Polariton Condensates  under Nonresonant Pumping: Steady States and Elementary Excitations, Physical Review B 96, 144511 (2017).

5. Ying Hu, Peter Zoller, and Jan Carl Budich, Dynamical Buildup of a Quantized Hall Response from Nontopological States, Phys. Rev. Lett. 117, 126803 (2016).

4. Ying Hu, Zi Cai, M. A. Baranov, and Peter Zoller, Majorana Fermions in Noisy Kitaev WiresPhys. Rev. B 92, 165118 (2015). 

3. Ying Hu and M. A. Baranov, Effects of Gapless Bosonic Fluctuations on Majorana Fermions  in Atomic Wire Coupled to a Molecular Reservoir, Phys. Rev. A 92, 053615 (2015).

2. Ying Hu and Zhaoxin Liang, Dimensional Crossover and Dimensional Effects in Quasi TwoDimensional Bose Gases, Mod. Phys. Lett. B, 27, 1330010 (2013). (学术综述)

1. Ying Hu and Zhaoxin Liang, Visualization of Dimensional Effects in Collective Excitations in Collective Excitations of Optically Trapped Quasi-Two-Dimensional Bose Gases, Phys.  Rev. Lett. 107, 110401 (2011).